Vegetables individually wrapped in plastic at a supermarket in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP Vegetables individually wrapped in plastic at a supermarket in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP
Vegetables individually wrapped in plastic at a supermarket in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP

Letters | Hong Kong supermarkets still failing to meet plastic-free goals

  • A report by Greenpeace East Asia reveals that neither of Hong Kong’s two supermarket giants has made holistic plastic-free plans
  • As market leaders, the companies should meet corporate responsibilities and do away with unnecessary plastic packaging

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Vegetables individually wrapped in plastic at a supermarket in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP Vegetables individually wrapped in plastic at a supermarket in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP
Vegetables individually wrapped in plastic at a supermarket in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP
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